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post #1 of 2 Old 06-17-2011, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
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Im looking to buy a add a leave kit for my 1996 4x4 f250. I do not have the money right now to do the dana swap and a real lift so this will have to do for now. i was wondering if there is anything I will need other than a alignment afterwar to finish this job. Also just out of curiosity what size tires would I be able to fit under it after this is done. Any information would be helpful Thanks
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i fit 285 75r16 on my 1997 f-250HD on 16x8 wheels with the proper off set. a level should maybe clear a 35" maybe

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